Labour has taken all 18 seats up for grabs this time on South Tyneside Council.
Three new faces joined the Council.
**Joan Margaret Keegan who was elected as the new Labour councillor for the Monkton ward.
**Liz McHugh who represents Labour in the Hebburn North ward
**Labour Councillor David Townsley who takes over from Conservative Councillor Jeff Milburn in the Cleadon and East Boldon ward.
The new political make-up of the Council is:
Labour - 53
Independent – Putting People First party - 1
- The overall turnout was 33.8 per cent, compared to 58.8 per cent in 2015
- 38835 votes were cast out of a total electorate of 114981.
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